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Feb 4, 2013 4:30am PST
in the big easy this morning. she joins us now after quite a night last night, i guess on bourbon street and the french quarter, right. >> reporter: oh, no kidding, i think every night the crowd was out there in the french quarter and bourbon street and again last night. you know, the super dome holds more than 76,000 people but a lot of people that came into town for the super bowl did not have tickets for the game, so they ended up watching the game in sports bars and that's what happened last night. we went to about three sports bars last night to watch the game with some of the 49ers fans and a bank that put a big screen outside so all the fans could watch. at one point it looked like the ravens had it, then the 49ers came up, playing with some of the fans emotions and the outcome is not what they wanted or expected but the 49ers fans still love their team. how are you feeling right now. >> i'm hurt, but i flew out from california, but you know what, i tell you right now, new orleans has a beautiful city, with beautiful people and i couldn't ask for
Feb 1, 2013 4:30am PST
think so too. >> and you were showing us abides, you talked about the -- beads, you talked about the floats and what are the signs that new orleans is kind of changing from mardi gras are right now and really turning into a football town, at least for a couple more days. >> reporter: yeah, they are turning into a football town. we've seen more and more fans come out here, so i have to tell you, though, even though football is just a few days away, mardi gras is not a distant memory. we've seen a lot of beads in the street. and the mardi gras flavor is still here. after the super bowl is played on sunday, of course mardi gras is going to pick up again until fat tuesday on february 12th. >> that monday should be fun right after the game. >> how about football fans, are you starting to see more 9ers fans and ravens fans milling about on bourbon street and the lot. >> reporter: we have seen a lot of fans but there are not as many fans as we thought there would be and that may be because it's so expensive to fly into new orleans right now. it's also
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